the evelyn hotel would like to acknowledge the owners of the land on which we operate – the wurundjeri people of the kulin nation. we pay respects to their elders past and present. sovereignty never ceded.





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Sunday Sounds - Week 3

Sun 31 Jul

Sunday, 31 Jul 2022
Supported by Kitty Rae // Al Gammie // Beloved Abe // Chloe James
Doors at 04:00pm

Amber Mic is hosting a series of Sunday Session shows Sunday Sounds at The Evelyn Hotel on selected Sunday's in July featuring a different lineup of Melbourne singer/songwriter on each date.

Born and bred in Melbourne, 19 year-old singer-songwriter Chloe James aims to share her vision of an ever-changing world through lush harmonies and honest words. Her music mainly has its roots in pop and R&B sounds, inspired by artists such as SZA, Mahalia and Mac Ayres

Beloved Abe is a singer-songwriter based in Melbourne, Australia but whose soulful and stripped-down sound is a callback to her humble roots in the Philippines where she first discovered her passion for music.

Al Gammie is rapidly establishing himself as a singer-songwriter to keep your eye on in 2021. His debut solo single ‘Beautiful’ (out now on all digital platforms) commands your attention with its balance of catchy pop sensibility, earnest storytelling, and visceral intimacy.
Al’s distinct, emotive, robust and raw voice is a point of difference as he enters the Americana/folk/roots/country arena.
Adversity introduces a man to himself, and it can also reintroduce him to earlier iterations. Through a difficult time in his personal life, during the height of the pandemic, Al reconnected with his passion.

Pink-haired, Australian singer-songwriter Kitty Rae is an electric upcoming dark electropop artist with an empowering attitude and unwavering ambition who recently released her debut self-titled EP and hosted her EP launch show at The Gasometer Hotel.